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Here is a Victorian yellow roses Lidded Butter Dish with drip plate made by the Henry Alcock Co., Elder Pottery, Cobridge, England, that was operating from 1861 - 1910.

This lovely set is circa 1891 - 1900.

The pattern has yellow, lavender and blue roses with leaves,branches and scrolls of brown against a white background with gold trim and highlights.
I have done an extensive search and have come up with only 2 other pieces in this pattern that are for sale online. Replacements doesn't even have the pattern listed therefore it makes me tend to believe that it's a very rare pattern.

I have several more pieces to this set in my
Dishes section:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AuntSuesVintage?section_id=6326102
and my Tea Room section:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AuntSuesVintage?section_id=6326118

Measures:
Dish:8 & 1/8" X 1" high
Drip plate: 4& 1/4"...has 2 small chips on the edge
Lid: 5& 5/8" across X 3" high

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The stamped mark is Semi-Porcelain - Henry Alcock & Co. - Cobridge - England.


Comes in Victorian condition please zoom in to inspect.
I have several more pieces listed that match this set.

Weighs nearly 1& 1/2 lbs.
I SHIP WORLDWIDE PLEASE SEND A CONVO AND I WILL CALCULATE THE SHIPPING RATE TO YOUR PROVINCE OR COUNTRY.

SALE Victorian Lidded Butter Dish Yellow Roses Transferware By Henry Alcock Cobridge, England Was 37.99 Now 32.99

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Materials: porcelain, paint, gold paint
  • Feedback: 1450 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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